Worldwide Mission, Nathan E. Gibson Win World Water Day Sports Meet

In continuation of the 2019 World Water Day Football and Kickball Championship and the essay competition under the auspices of WaterAid Liberia yesterday, Worldwide...

PTA Network Leadership to Meet with Stakeholders

The leadership of the National Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Network of Liberia said it will visit stakeholders in each of the 15 counties, starting from...

16 High Schools Compete in World Water Day Championship

In observance of World Water Day on March 22, National High School Sports with support from WaterAid Liberia will organize a football and Kickball...

Extolling President J.J. Roberts, KYB Bemoans Neglected Education Sector

The founder and publisher of the Daily Observer newspaper says he deeply regrets the continuous neglect of the educational wellbeing of Liberian children who...

IRC Country Director: ‘Men Working with Women Is Important’

Celebrates Int’l Women’s Day, seeking gender equality... The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender and Children Protection, on March 8,...

20 Journalism Students Trained in Mental Health Reporting

The Mental Health Reporters’ Network, with support from The Carter Center (TCC) Mental Health Program in Liberia, has trained 20 students, who want to...

‘No Qualified Teachers for Konobo Education District’

--Confirms DEO Koon The Konobo Education District Officer (DEO) in Grand Gedeh County Washington Koon has confirmed the lack of qualified teachers in the district....

Mother Robertson Laid to Rest, Eulogized by Country and the World

Nearly two hundred Episcopalians, friends and sympathizers from other Christian denominations as well as non-Christians, occupied seats at the St. John’s Irving Memorial Episcopal...

J.J. Roberts: A Visionary with A Heart of Gold

Keynote Address by Kenneth Y. Best, Founder and Publisher of the Daily Observer Newspaper, on the Occasion of the 210th Birth Anniversary of the...

Boy, 14, Drowns in Lofa River

A boy, believed to be 14 years of age, drowned over the weekend in the Lofa River along the Bomi highway, near the Grand...

Alfalit Adult Literacy Receives Over 48,000 Books

Alfalit-Liberia over the weekend received a 48,250 consignment books from its Mother Organization, Alfalit International based in Florida USA as part of efforts to...

ICC Constructs Modern School In Gbi and Doru District, Worth US$78k

The International Consultant Capital (ICC), a logging firm operating in the Gbi and Doru Administrative District, have dedicated a modern six-classroom school building in...

Nursing Board Qualifies Several Teaching Institutions

The Liberia Board of Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM), an umbrella organization overseeing activities of nurses, midwives and related learning institutions, has qualified several learning...

UL to Commemorate ‘Centennial Commencement’

Ahead of this year’s 100th commencement convocation exercise, the Vice President for University Relations at the University of Liberia, Atty Norris Tweah has announced...

NEC, Partners Strengthen Assets Management Process

Authorities of the National Elections Commission (NEC) will today, March 8 complete a 5-day Assets and Supply Chain Management training for the Commission's magisterial...

Rep. Womba to Dedicate 7 Electoral Projects

Seven major projects, which will ease hardship on rural poor are expected to be formally dedicated any time soon in Bong County District #4...

“Women, Girls, Agents for Transformative Social Change” -P4DP

The Platform for Dialogue and Peace (P4DP), in collaboration with Partners, including the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), UN Population Fund (UNFPA), Ministry of...

New Book on Liberia’s Role in Diplomacy to Be Released Soon

John Yormie, an emerging Liberian diplomat's debut book, Liberia In The Colorful World of Diplomacy, is set to be released in about weeks. The book...

Dr. John Chinchen, African Bible College Founder, Dies at 94

Reverend Dr. John (Jack) William Chinchen, Founder of the African Bible Colleges (ABC) across Africa, has died at a medical hospital in South Africa,...

450 Trainees Get Computer Literacy Skills at YMCA Under Circle 28

The Liberia YMCA recently held graduation for 450 trainees from its Computer Training Program at the organization national headquarters in Monrovia. The ceremony was...